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10 Space-Saving Ski Cabin Bunks

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 07, 2013 01:06 AM
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by Christine Chang Hanway last modified Feb 06, 2013

Let's face it. For those of us who are fair weather skiers, our favorite part has to be the après après ski, in other words, the "sleep" bit. And who can resist those cozy ski bunks, even if it means sharing a room? Here are ten favorite ways to pile in on top of each other. Above: A pair of bunk beds has been tucked under the stairs in Droste's Boerderijlodges Netherlands. Above: At the Basecamp Hotel in South Lake Tahoe, a dormitory style room sleeps six with two single beds above two queen size beds. Above: A Piet Hein Eek-designed family room with built-in bunks at the Hotel Chateau Bethlehem . Above: The Black and Bright house on the Danish island of Mon features built-in bunks. Above: A bunkroom by Retrouvius Reclamation and Design . Above L: A pair of painted wooden bunk beds has been built into the roof eaves; image via Small House Interiors . Above R: Modern built-in bunks line the walls of a Swedish ski cabin by Sandell Sandberg (for more, see Children's Rooms: White Roundup) . Above: A wall of storage creates two nooks for beds at the Hotel Berge . Above L Three single beds and under bed storage have been built into the roof eaves of this cabin. Image via Pinterest . Above R: Another sleeping arrangement for three where a single bed lies across a queen size bed with plenty of storage built into the walls. Image via Haute Mamas Faves . Above: A triple tiered bunk room sleeps three. For more see, A Portable Beach Cabin, Sled Included . N.B.: Looking for efficient ways to sleep more than one? See 685 images of Bunk Beds in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.






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